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Memory | 14th February 2007
Mushkin are well known for their high performance memory modules and today we look at the fastest DD2 kit they have on offer to the enthusiast.
Memory | 10th January 2007
Super Talent may be relatively unheard of in the UK market but they are certainly no newcomers to the memory scene. Today I'll be looking at their high-end T1000UX25G modules to see how they fair in the fierce DDR2 market.
OC3D Articles ›› Memory
Alex Myers | 30th October 2009
Kingmax have brought out some new DDR3 aimed at LGA 1156 users
Peter Stoba | 22nd October 2009
Memory manufacturer A-DATA have developed a labelling method to defend against counterfeiters.
Peter Stoba | 15th October 2009
G.Skll launch DDR3 memory kits with stability and lower power usage in mind.
Memory | 9th October 2006
Fed up of boring looking memory sticks? Don't want your PC to be seen while you are in the Jungle? Maybe you're just a gamer in need of some high performance DDR2? Enter the OCZ Special Ops PC2-6400 2gb kit...
Memory | 25th September 2006
Just when you thought that PC2-8500 was impressive, OCZ go and take things one step further by releasing a 2gb kit rated at 1.1ghz (PC2-8800). Lets see what these babies are capable of...
Memory | 12th September 2006
Today i take a look at the blisteringly fast PC2-8500 (DDR2-1066) kit from Kingston to see if all this memory bandwidth is really required!
Memory | 8th July 2006
Low price, average timings, and good looks, but just how well does it perform? Let's find out..
Memory | 15th June 2006
Low latency, high performance DDR2 memory on a budget - is there such a thing? We take a look at Mushkin's HP2-5300 modules to try and find out.
Peter Stoba | 9th October 2009
Memory giant Elpida say their 40nm based DDR3 SDRAM is coming in 2010.
Peter Stoba | 29th September 2009
Taiwanese memory manufacturer A-DATA have released an 8GB DDR3 memory module.
Peter Stoba | 27th September 2009
OCZ release AM3 exclusive black edition memory. Perfect for black editon CPUs.
Peter Stoba | 22nd September 2009
Kingston and Rambus have partnered up to develop DDR3 that is 50% faster than current RAM.
Peter Stoba | 8th September 2009
Kingston are taking their turn to show off new products for the official launch of Intel's Lynnefield platform.
Peter Stoba | 30th August 2009
The latest release from Super Talent is a DDR3 kit with a green twist.